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everybody is talking about today, jon. >> reporter: absolutely. the most heated he changes in the entire debate governor romney suggested that the administration may be miss leading the public on what happened. >> the suggestion that anybody in my team, whether secretary of state, our u.n. ambassador, anybody on my team would play politics or mislead when we have lost four of our own, governor, is offensive. that's not what we do. that's not what i do as president. that's not what i do as commander-in-chief. >> reporter: difficult to know whether or not that was political theater or genuine motion but it was at a point where the president did seem to be very visibly irritated with governor romney. bill: john, thanks for the setup there, john roberts in leesburg, virginia. she has more on the same topic. martha: let's get context exactly what the president said in the rose garden on september 12th the day after the attack in libya. this is exactly what he said. >> no acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation, alter that character or eclipse the light of the values we
on those almost everything else will fall into place. bill: this is what was said last night in mart on jon stewart's show. president obama said every piece of information that we got, as we got it, we laid it out for the american people, laid it out to the american peep. ca people. can you argue against that? >> it's difficult for me to see it as anything but let's say and even truth. barack obama he used this passive phrase about terrorist attacks that he wants to claim he used to describe the libya attack, then for the next week we saw the secretary -- the ambassador to the u.n., the white house press secretary jay carney saying fairly unequivocally that this wasn't terrorism, this was about a video, and we know now that the intelligence internal to the administration said that that simply wasn't true, and they stayed on that. susan rice could have said, we have conflicting reports, and one possibility it was the video, another possibility a terrorist attack, she didn't do that. she ruled out effectively a terrorist attack. bill: come back to one of the points you made. i don't mean to c
: we will see jon scott in matter of moments. jon scott is coming upivn jo 13 i ye ti itatro ohi bl' ste. mitt romney holding a town hall in tha critical state with new jersey govnor chris christie. we'll take you there live as polls in ohio seem to turn in mr. romney's favor. the drip, drip o n dly laon aut meca ienghi contues. during the noon hour eastern time a gop-led committee on capitol hill will grill government officials on diplomatic security in libya. at did we know? whese pry jit forouiv rn is u t today? he's holding his first press conference in two weeks. will he make news? we'll have it for you. bill: you have a busy day. jon: yes we do. bill: paying for a good idea. there is a state dishing out ney to employees who hav eaoav tom haeat sneci look at that. where all that went down, as bill and i come right back. [ male announcer ] when these come together, and these come together, one thing you can depend on is that these will come together. deoud es mebion ret t e. to sframl' it's amazing what soup can do. or annuity over 10 or even 20 years? call imperial structured s
very much for being with us. matt thank you very much. see you guys soon. bill: we will see jon scott in a matter of moments. jon scott is coming up live in "happening now." jon: 13 minutes if you're counting bill. it's battleground ohio, bill's home state. mitt romney holding a town hall in that critical state with new jersey governor chris christie. we'll take you there live as polls in ohio seem to turn in mr. romney's favor. the drip, drip of near daily revelations about the murders of four americans in benghazi continues. during the noon hour eastern time a gop-led committee on capitol hill will grill government officials on diplomatic security in libya. what did we know? we'll have it for you live. white house press secretary jay carney, what is he up to today? he's holding his first press conference in two weeks. will he make news? we'll have it for you. bill: you have a busy day. jon: yes we do. bill: paying for a good idea. there is a state dishing out money to employees who have ideas to save taxpayers some cash jo a big explosion forcing hazmat teams to the scene. look at t
night. jon stewart recently. he is going on mtv today. he gave this interview to "rolling stone". he is really trying to mobilize the kids, college kids. and at this late date in the race, if you are still trying to mobilize your base, i think you're in big trouble martha: good point. he has several intier -- interviews on that list going that route. play this from brian williams, one of the broadcast interviews over course the week. get your thoughts on it. let's listen. >> folks in your business were writing me off a year ago saying no way i would win. so, you know these things go in ebbs and flows. the one thing i've tried to always be is just steady in terms of what i believe in, who i'm fighting for and, you know i think that one of the qualities i bring to bear in this campaign is people see what did i say i was going to do in 2008 and what have i delivered and they can have some confidence that the things i say i mean. martha: wonder whose idea was to put them in the corn maze they were sitting in? doug, what do you make of that? >> well i think the president in some way is tr
of work, that is a lot of people right there. martha: i have to wrap it up. thank you. bill: jon scott standing by on a friday. "happening now" in 11 minutes. jon: we'll have more on the jobs numbers including charles payne and our pafrpbl experts. fallout from the debate. peggy noonan is out arguing it was a huge win for mr. romney and will create a big change in the race. the media's reaction to the president's performance, plus that growing meningitis nightmare and the update than on the american airlines debacle. we have a lot to get to "happening now." bill: thanks, jon. a truly inspiring story of a high school football player, thanks to his faith and tireless work ethic, he's inspiring teammates with his story oohooo.! oh...there you go. wooohooo....hahaahahaha! i'm gonna stand up to her! no you're not. i know. you know ronny folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico sure are happy. how happy are they jimmy? happier than a witch in a broom factory. get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. bill: seven minutes now before the hour. i'
'reilly facing off with comedian jon stewart. the two rivals going toe-to-toe in a rumble moderated by journalist, e.d. hill. the mood was set from the get-go with a joke about height. >> i can see why obama did badly in the debate. the altitude is really rough up here [laughter] patti ann: the two traded barbs and jokes on everything from iran to the economy. >> we're weeks from a failed state or even worse greece. the way to solve it, is to kill big bird. >> what is gone. adios, sayonara, aloha. it's boring. he's gone. okay. out of there. may have been bushes fault for the first year. maybe two. but not 3 1/2. patti ann: percentage from the proceeds from the soldout event went to charity. bill: see more of that later tonight in prime time. seems like they have a good time together. they have good chemistry from the right and from the left. check out o'reilly later tonight and the good news about that. big winners in the debate? patti ann: charity. bill: charity. this could be a big deal this week. a house committee holds a hearing to find out exactly what happened in the deadly libya terror att
, of all things? martha: who knew? jon: you learn something new every day, brother. bill: i'm telling you, brother, take you back to the day of the eight track. what you working on? jon: two weeks to go until americans go to the polls, we have reaction to the debate last night. now, among our guests, bob cusack, judge napolitano, peter brooks and larry sabato. we'll ask who won, what the debate tells us about our next steps in iran and around the world and the future for our u.s. military. plus, swing state iowa and some new polling, the countdown is on. we'll have it "happening now." bill: jon, thank you. you'll be busy, we'll see you then. suspicious letters warning republican voters in a key swing state not to bother even going to the polls. now why would that be? martha: what is that? we haven't even carved the jack-o'-lantern yet. snow. we'll show you where, we'll be right back. >> you're excited about the early start? >> oh, yeah. >> oh, i love it. nothing better. ally bank. why they're always there to talk. i love you, james. don't you love me? i'm a robot. i know. i know you're a
you so much to both of you. kt, rich, see you later. bill: jon scott "happening now," how you doing. jon: i am doing well, good morning to you, bill, the race for the white house is tight and getting tighter. the new washington post polling to share with you, plus the growing mess about the attack on our diplomats in libya, martha was just talking about it, what the administration knew and when the debate on that is growing. the next generation of disease, bugs that jump from animals to humans, some scary stuff. also tomorrow's debate moderator candy crowley already coming under fire from both sides. what has them upset? our news watch panel weighs in. it's all "happening now." bill: a community shaken to its core. a young girl kidnapped blocks from her home and found murdered. now a killer in that town is on the run. >> if you see something that is suspicious our recommendation is to just leave it and call us. this p*erpb is still ou person is still out there and you never know what will be the piece for us to find him. ♪ [ slap! ] [ slap! sp! slap! slap! ] ow! [ male announcer ]
, she got her heel stuck in the grass. i hate when that happens. jon: me too. >> very hard to walk on grass. once in a while that happens. we'll see you tomorrow. jenna: right now brand-new stories and breaking. jon: 19 days, can you believe it until the election and a new poll showing governor romney leading the president by a statistically significant margin for the first time in this race. for weeks we've known about tainted drugs from one pharmacy shipped to clinics across the country. why are more people getting kick and dying of meningitis? we'll ask our medical a-teamers. should schools bana popular snack saying
is finished. i'm not buying it. martha: k.t. mcfarland, thank you so much. bill: jon scott with an update on "happening now" coming up next. reporter: the polls are getting even tighter. the razor thin race is now anyone's game. plus, we will continue the discussion that martha was just having on these new developments in the murder of our diplomat in libya. fox news has obtained e-mails suggesting an al qaeda linked group was claiming responsibility for the attack within moments of them. catherine herridge, jennifer griffin, and several other guests on what the administration knew and when they knew it, what it all means is coming up. bill: all right, thank you so much. it is opening day for the nation's fastest speed limit. where it is and how fast you can drive. it is a lot higher than 55 miles per hour. ♪ [music playing] ♪ bill: there is an american stretch of highway today where you can drive 85 miles per hour, and it is legal. some argue it is not smart. but casey siegal is live in mustang ridge, texas, near austin, texas. how do they reach 85? why the number? reporter: everythi
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